Tag Archives: PC

Opinion: Batman Arkham Knight Gets A Mature Rating. Okay, So What?

I try to not write overly cynical or snarky posts here but after reading not one but two “news” pieces on IGN yesterday, this is something I need to get off my chest. The posts in question relate to Rcoksteady’s … Continue reading

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The Emotional Rollercoaster Week of Daybreak Games

Daybreak Games, formerly Sony Online Entertainment, has had a Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde sort of two week span. Last week the company announced that they were sold by Sony to a New York firm and were going independent. While nothing was … Continue reading

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Dying Light Impressions – Staying Alive or Die Trying

Dying Light is a game that I felt held a lot of potential as I watched during its development cycle. In a generation full of remakes and sequels, this title was trying to bring something new and fresh to the table, … Continue reading

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Battlefield Hardline Beta Impressions – Bad Boys, Bad Boys, Whatcha Gonna Do?

With it’s release date quickly approaching next month, the Battlefield Hardline beta kicked off earlier this week giving many folks their first hands on time with the game in a near finished state. For those not up to date on … Continue reading

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Assassin’s Creed Unity Dead Kings Review – Tomb Raiding

Dead Kings wasn’t on my list of things to do. After enjoying my time with Unity (even with its issues), I was ready to move on from the game. The story wrapped up, I felt content on where the journey ended, … Continue reading

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CD Projekt RED Stands Tall Against Paid DLC With The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

There’s absolutely no shortage of downloadable content for games these days. Add-ons, expansions, pre-order bonuses and additional optional purchases are all a standard of the games industry potentially resulting in consumers easily spending as much as another full priced game … Continue reading

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Gearbox Software Takes Over PAX South

The inaugural PAX South took root in San Antonio, Texas this past weekend and while I wasn’t able to be there (you can find me in Boston at PAX East in a couple months), from what I’ve read, it was … Continue reading

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